Posts Tagged ‘a word a day’

A word a day keeps the hunger away (verbum, i: word)

9 March 2019

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versus. verse, line of poetry

Latin example: Ubi versus lecti sunt, poeta laudatus est

[when his verses were being read, the poet was being praised]

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LATIN WORDS (WEBSITE INCLUDES LATIN EXAMPLE SENTENCES, THEIR ENGLISH MEANING AND WHAT´S MORE THEIR LATIN PRONUNCIATION)

beneficium: kindness, benefit

Part of speech: noun

Example sentence: Boni cives sunt ei qui beneficia patriae memoria tenent.

Sentence meaning: Good citizens are those who hold the benefits of their country in their memory.

nuntius: messenger

Part of speech: noun

Example sentence: Nuntius cucurrit ab exercitu ad senatum.

Sentence meaning: The messenger ran from the army to the senate.

check a sample of ten words collected from my

#PDF: beneficium

https://tinyurl.com/yylntntj

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#PDF: nox

https://tinyurl.com/y24qtmdh

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#PDF: reverentia

https://tinyurl.com/y3s9j65b

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